Zephaniah: Hearts Unto Wisdom Bible Study

God’s love for us is astounding. We are filthy, yet He makes us clean (John 15:3). We are lost, yet He searches long to find us (Ezekiel 34:16). We are dead because of sin, yet God graciously gives us life through the sacrifice of His Son, Jesus Christ (Romans 5:21). In the book of Zephaniah, God ...

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Habakkuk: Hearts Unto Wisdom Bible Study

Who hasn’t grappled with understanding God’s word or trusting in His judgment? Who hasn’t felt despair in the midst of their trials or wondered where God was in their pain? As Christians, we all have. Habakkuk was honest with his feelings and we can be, too. Habakkuk’s name means embrace. But ...

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Nahum: Hearts Unto Wisdom Bible Study

God chose Nahum to proclaim the destruction of Nineveh. Yes, the same Nineveh God spared a hundred years before when He sent Jonah to warn them their time was short and they had better repent. Nineveh, the capital of the Assyrian empire, turned back to rebellion, violence, and witchcraft, and God ...

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Micah: Hearts Unto Wisdom Bible Study

How many of us expect to be blessed as Christians but don’t pursue Christ? We have the Christian catchphrases down; we have the look—the Bible on our end table, the Jesus bumper stickers, and the obligatory Sunday service seat in church. But inside we are unchanged.   Jesus’ name is on our ...

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Jonah: Hearts Unto Wisdom Bible Study

Christian storybooks regale us with the colorful tale of Jonah and the Big Fish. Even secular children’s book publishers find it vastly entertaining. But if we look deeper into this familiar book of the Bible, we will discover a magnificent parallel of God’s love and redemption to a multitude of ...

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